Arlington Magazine - January-February 2012 January 1, 2012 Arlington Magazine Staff Trial Balloon Christy Ullrich, What’s missing from most Civil War re-enactments? The guy in the sky.Unlisted Numbers Nevin Martell, Hungry for something different? It may not be on the menu, but that doesn’t mean you can’t have it. Fall and Recovery Laurie McClellan, Unemployment felt like standing on thin ice. Until she learned to glide. Glass Menagerie Cindy Loose, At a small Virginia B&B, visitors can learn to make stained glass, fly model helicopters—or just relax. Life Lessons Arlington Magazine Staff, Yorktown High School’s longest serving teacher has taught her students much more than grammar and sentence structure. Knock-Out Kitchens Catherine Funkhouser, Great remodels aren’t always a matter of adding on. Sometimes the game-changer is what you take away. The Sad Season Jenny Rough, Winter is the cruelest time of year for those with seasonal depression. Some have found that light therapy can help. The Greatest Gang of Criminals Garrett Peck, Arlington never gave rise to an Al Capone or a Nucky Thompson, but it was teeming with bootleggers during Prohibition. Shoot the Moon Nevin Martell, For Arlington-based photographer Bill Ingalls, staring into space is a job requirement. Home Plate January/February 2012 Walter Nicholls, Vietnamese, new spots, and more. Girl Trouble Amy Brecount White, A teen girl armed with a cellphone and a grudge can wreak havoc with devastating consequences. Many local families have the scars to prove it. Women on a Mission Wendy Kantor, That woman standing in line at the supermarket? She might be a best-selling author, a life-saving surgeon, or a global venture philanthropist, but you wouldn’t necessarily know it. Restaurant Review: Harth Walter Nicholls, Local food gets the luxury treatment at Härth Think Ink Christy Ullrich, Northern Virginia’s oldest tattoo parlor and its owner, Rick Cherry, are still going strong.